Alaafin of Oyo’s wife shows off NYSC certificate as she completes service year

Olori Badirat Olaitan Adeyemi popularly known as Queen Ola recently completed her service year and took to social media to celebrate.

The Alaafin of Oyo’s wife shared a photo of herself with her NYSC certificate

This comes several months after the royal completed her academic programme at the University of Ibadan.

Congratulatory messages have been pouring in for one of Alaafin of Oyo’s wives, Olori Badirat Olaitan Adeyemi, as she recently completed her NYSC mandatory 1-year programme.

Queen Ola as she is popularly known, took to her official Instagram page to share the good news with her fans and followers.

The stylish royal shared a photo of herself all clad in the full NYSC regalia while showing off her certificate. She tagged her mum to the post, asking if she made her proud.

Sharing the photo, she wrote:”VERIFIED HOLDER..Delayed not Denied..❤️Hey Momma @bello_adewumi hope I made you proud??”

Her POP comes several months after she completed her academic programme and earned a degree from the prestigious University of Ibadan.

The excited queen recently shared photos from her convocation ceremony on her official Instagram page, accompanied with a lengthy caption in which she highlighted some of the events that led to one of the happiest days in her life.

Only a while ago, Queen Ola, took to social media to pepper her fans with beautiful photos. The beautiful queen took to her Instagram page to share beautiful photos of herself. In one photo, she was seen sitting beside her husband.

In the photos, the queen was spotted rocking a gorgeous blue traditional wear paired with matching headgear and a traditional necklace, known as Ileke. Queen Ola held a red staff fit for a queen in the photo

In her caption for the post, the queen hailed herself by writing her title on the post. She wrote: “Her royal majesty”.

In other news, It was indeed a period of celebration for two serving members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) who recently got the opportunity to exchange their marital vows in Kogi state.

According to reports by Choice TV Online, the couple met while they were both at the orientation camp in Fanisau-Dutse, Jigawa state, where they were initially posted to serve their fatherland.

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